Mahindra École Centrale proudly announces MEC Ignite 2019 – A Themed National Challenge which facilitates idea generation and implementation.
MEC Ignite Challenge is open for plus one and plus two students. It offers four primary tracks: Paper Plane, App Design, Bridge Modelling & Maze Solver. Teams of two should choose one track and submit their proposal. Visit the event microsite for more details: https://mecignite2019.wixsite.com/ignite2019
A Paper by MEC students titled ‘Transient gravity perturbations due to a buried gravitational source in a homogenous elastic half space’ has been selected for an oral presentation at the Japan Geoscience Union Conference 2019 to be held from 26th May 2019 to 30th May 2019 in Chiba, Japan. The conference has awarded a travel grant of 100,000 JPY for the presentation.
Deshmukh Aditya Nitin and Pratik Borate (Co-Author) from 4th year ME, have worked on this paper under the guidance of Prof. Ranjith Kunnath, HOD, Mechanical Engineering, MEC.